Mount Assisi Academy - Chimes Yearbook (Bellevue, PA)

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ffi H1 I ro 1 9 3 .8 l 4. .7 1- 5 2 ww- .S in 5, of ima Senior Class Officers Mary J Hummel Vlce Presldenl Rulh A Waters Presldenl Joann R Cosennno Treasurer .ff V' , If Beverly K. Gutshall .........,e......,,................,,,,,, ..,,,e,........ S ecreiary -44.4-:W f , .nw Marcella A. Broniszewski Sister M. Bernardine, O.S.F ' Editor Faculty Adviser LA-W.. Beverly K. Gutshall Marcella G. Kondas Maureen Burns Business Manager Associate Editors 2 he 1959 CHI ES Published by the Senior Class ol Mount Assisi Academy 934 Forest Avenue Bellevue, Pitislniroh Q, Pe Q 'Fx 1 Marcella A. Broniszewski Editor ounf 67411646 cqcczcfamsg Mounted like a gem on the brow of Bellevue Hill the red brick building of Alma Mater. Although a young academy it is already sparkling in the field of Catholic Education and gives every promise of becoming more and more flourishing. Already youthful graduates are returning, bringing accounts of the fruits of their training and knowledge acquired during their formative years at Mount Assisi Academyp reflecting on their Alma Mater with an ever increasing grandeur. 3 Rev Clarence Tschlppert OFM Cap Chaplain iZ3z?rA'f sri fr-fr to iw l,l3?iiww' 5i5il?UE,i2?l, il lil. 1 H-fhfilif'-ff' weffls 2, zufggz- With a sense of ioy and gratitude we, the class of 1959, dedicate these pages of our High School memories to our beloved Chaplain, Very Reverend Father Clarence Tschippert, O.F.M. Cap. Father Clarence has been our Father at Mount Assisi for fifteen years C1942-1951, 1953-19591, giving us the golden years of his holy priesthood. Father loves our School. He calls it his paradise. Always a humble and cultured son of his Seraphic Father, Saint Francis-wise and prudent, generous and kind and easy to approach- I , Fmlger Clarence has proven himself a devoted Father to us, his spiritual 'T- c u ren. ini? fy? S--gg, He it was who nourished our spiritual lives these many years from the Altar in the confessional in the classroom Ever the friend of little people never did he turn a deaf ear to any student with a problem or question or dimculty Over the years at the Mount a more loyal supporter of our basketball team would be difficult to find Has keenest interest has been ln us We thank God for giving Father Clarence to Mount Assisi His is surely the spirit of this Franciscan stronghold A real Franciscan' There is no better description of him There can be no higher compliment We will not we cannot forget him' Ad multos multos annos' ll 5 Z' X Ma rcel la A B val Yon edlCforIaI:5Zewsk' 0- .Q--, 'X an A " f a NQ our Yeo,-S gfegzrcl 5veSTU 38 rage M arcellu M M Salma OSCI1 'oflan ord avored ur vears For ev! 8 G0 6 OSX O OUT A 2-Jirhfoxrthyear HON r o Cl OR ur years CESJXFSQ aveflu Qe Xn rh s Xssue ok Xhe X ES we hav e eoo e an evenXs Xhak have rna e our 9 and so ear n our swdres and Xn ersure XXn'Xe e have 'Xrre Xo ack n v4 Xch we ave Xearne at e X os o merhoro Xe X vlor ond Xn once -Nnh Xhose orrnc,XpXes Mount ssXsX 'Xhrough assocrahon vvnh sm enXs on XacuX'Xv hav earn not onXv to sXrXve cooperaXXveXv r a vancernenX 'ou oso to res ecr e r hXs o oi ers a resuh QX havrn ecorne eXXer ac. uarnked vuh our pXrrXuaX okher Marv XrrXrrXacrXXaXe an havXn e rne Xo Xve Xogekher vlnhrn our Arno Maker e XrusX we are a,uaXXX'Xe Xo rve an equaXX nc and XuXX XXe Xoevond ns envrronrnen hope Xhak von X e rea er v4XXX enrov as rnuc opv oX Xhe CHXM S as we h had e earnesXXv readrng 'rhrs c. 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Contents qi s r N 8 fn A P f 4 8 This IS Our Clock of Educahonal TIME Indlcahng Good Thlngs to Come ll reveals that Mount Assls Academy IS more ihon lusf a beauhful slrucfure ns a former of personally wuth is many sngnlflcan? aspecfs burned deeply In ihe philosophy of Caihollc Education and whuch must be consndered pomf by point before e can e oluate is lmeless nmporfance Polnf One 830 AM 1200 Pages129o 27 Point Two 1200 PM 3 0 Pages 28lo43 Polnf Three 300 PM 700 PM Pages44lo59 Polnt Four 700 PM 1200 Pages 60 to 75 f 41N j SISIGI' M- Albeflfl Sister M. Immaculata Sister M. Celine F'9"1fI' li Religion I, Algebra I, Physics, Art Biology, General Science, -l -ekir in .21 -..- - SISICY M- Befnvfdine Sister M. Bonaventure Sister M, Theophune Shonllcnd I and II' TYP"'l9 I and ll, Rell ion Ill World History, Problems ot Religion II, History of Pennsylvania , , 9 I Ofhce P'C'd'fe' Heelfh. Democracy, Lutin I and III, Health. Home Economics I and Il, Health, WN 41", Sister M. Jude Spanish I X35 'it- -f Sister M. Jane Frances Librarian QFWW ' M ' OHM is :M 2 i O I R Q" Y I . 9 .4 1 1 'fir'f5 'Lf Sister M Therese Music fr-Q 15 Mr. Bernard Schaefer Mrs. Ruth Macy Mrs. Caroline Zingle Glee Club Instructor Business Mathematics, English I and II, Ph sical Education Instructor Y American History, General Business. I2 kgs ings of ima f in X 4' ' MORALLY Throu h the help of the Admlnlstrotlon and Faculty the students ore 9 guided forming declslons leornlng to solve problems ot home at school ot work '43-Lri.'ff?12Elf'ff57f'X'w rs , 11 5,1134 V LALR A fem X , H O.. Y re- --v. -f , so--A Q W , A- 'mf QV-1 we -Of fxfff r r p -2 - W' ,W ' ff, 1 ' A ' 'fl .X X 'Q . V' .- X K I N x P K5 Af? K I , xl 1 Al 52' f X I L K' .. - " AL L.. AA A4-A .A ls sg U' -" -1 A ,s L1 5Mo'U2in . . I2 3 0 x Tomorrow Belongs To Those Who Dlllgently Prepare or ,mr A rr Mme . ..Q i wma ew " F It Y rgni r fr' .A af QL The 8:30 bell signals the beginning of another busy day-a clay that will tax the mental ability and exercise the "l.Q." ot the students. With arms full of books, the girls file to their respective rooms. Every class opens with prayer. Teachers and students invoke in unison that their "every prayer and work may begin with God and through Him be happily ended." Various interests and goals loosely separate the junior and senior classes into academic and commercial departments. Students, whose outlook rests on a college course or the nursing profession, continue their academic course in their junior and senior years. The solving at scientific problems in the physics and chemistry "lab"g the analysis of knotty problems in business mathematics, algebra, and geometryg the translation of a passage in Cicero or Virgilg transposing an English passage into Latin, or Spanish, or Frenchf interpreting the characters in Shakespearian dramag debating problems confronting our American Democracy-all require effort, concentration, and quiet study, I4 Cf ng ng rllfsnf fge Uzoffe -'ips A? nl..'? 1...--1 ,DY Heres where we get off sleepy or not at the Mount Asslsl car stop Klemont Street Commg off are these gurls Ruth A Brunner Judlth Nyman Diana Rogan Barbara Benkart Geraldme Vukovcan and JoAnn Kammslu 'kiri' Ora g Temptatnons come but seldom conquer crosses appear but never discourage dangers present themselves but never vanquish hearts framed and nurtured an a Chrnstran faith Such a heart us prepared MORALLY Rooted In a strong tanth auded by God s grace the structure of our future has a solnd foundatlon A thoroughly Christian mind IS a prepared mind I5 2 sr. fdlff f wc .fgfucfsrzf Ciounci iasu Short months or years ago our two out- standing members of the student council, Isabel Aiello, president, and Marcella Broniszewski, secretary, roamed the halls, worked at our desks, played on our floor, laughed, ioked and sang, and side by side with us they pledged allegiance to the Stars and Stripesl Monica Holovanisin, vice president, and Jean Oldaker, treasurer, are striving to do the same in the future. gs.. .,,.- E J' L ii 'ie-5 . X , 2 1 , ' if as ISABEL M, AIELLO 3048 Shadeland Avenue Our Lady of Perpetual Help Fatima Club 1, 2, 4, Mission Club 1, 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Third Order 3, 4, Spring Operetta 2, 4, Christmas Oper- etta 1, 2, 3, Christmas Play 4, School Play 3, Senior Play, Class Secretary 1, 2, Student Council Vice President 3, President 4, Diocesan Latin Honor So- ciety 1, 2, Diocesan Mathematics Honor Society 3, Diocesan Modern Language Honor Society 3, 4, Echoes Reporter 2, Echoes Sports Editor 3, Echoes Co-Editor 4, Chimes Literary Editor 4, Basketball Senior Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4, Legion of Decency Captain 2, Miss Autumn 4. MARCELLA A. BRONISZEWSKI 350 Sarah Street St. Mark Fatima Club 1, 2, 4, President 3, Mission Club 1, 2, History Club 1, 2, Christmas Operetta 1, 2, Senior Play, Class Presi- dent 2, Class Secretary 3, Student Coun- cil Representative 2, Secretary 4, Dio- cesan Business Honor Society 4, Echoes Sports Editor 3, Echoes News Editor 4, Chimes Editor 4, Basketball Junior Var- sity 1, Senior Varsity 2, 3, 4, May Queen Attendant 4. - J 'se Sisters M. Ivan and Maurice of the Blessed Sacrament Sisters chat informally about their work to .loan Nozzarella, Barbara McCracken Dolores Dietz, Jeannette Kopcho, Geraldine Podegracz, and Charlotte Kaintz. MAUREEN A. BURNS 309 Union Avenue Assumption Fatima Club 1, 2, 4, History Club 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Musart Club 2, Spring Operetta 1, 2, 4, Christmas Operetta 1, 2, 3, School Play 3, Senior Play, Class Treasurer 2, 3, Diocesan Science Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Echoes Feature Editor 1, 2, Echoes Associate Business Manager 3, Echoes Art Editor 4, Chimes Associate Editor 4, Basketball .lunior Varsity 1, Intramural 2, 3, May' pole Queen 4. Rf' Q"'T - x PHYLLIS M. COLAIZZI 557 Forest Avenue Assumption Fatima Club 1, 2, 4, Mission Club 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 2, Glee Club 2, Christmas Operetta 1, 2, 3, Senior Play, Echoes Business Stott 4, Chimes Adver- tising Staft 4, Snowflake Semi-Formal Queen 4. ,A . uw- " I be ,59- Qf' ' 4 I7 JOANN R. COSENTINO 909 Smithton Street Our Lady of Perpetual Help Fatima Club 1, 2, 4, Mission Club 1, 2, 3, History Club 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate Club 2, 3, Spring Operetta 1, 2, 4, Christmas Operetta 1, 2, 3, School Play 3, Senior Play, Class Treasurer 4, Diocesan Latin Honor Society 2, Dio- cesan Mathematics Honor Society 3, Echoes Sports Stat? 3, Echoes Sports Editor 4, Chimes Advertising Statl 4, Basketball Senior Varsity 1, 2, 3. f' 1 1 Ugg gfan of 7960 Officers Merrlly Jadlownec ,,,,,,,... Presndenf Dolorls Domaxco , ,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,,, Secretary V m 1 I I' , I . Joan Vrabul ....,,A....,,....Y,,,,,,.. ,,,,,, . ...Treasurer Donna J. lynch ,,..,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, V ice Prexiden! Leif fo Righf Firsf Row: Conceha Liberafore, Monica Holovanisin, Winifred Bonzer, Nancy Gazik, Carol Layman, Judiih Hargis, Ber- nadine Maraho, Carol Savage. Second Row: Barbara McCracken, Donna Lynch, Mary L. Markovich, Mary A. Greer, Margaret Goolish, Patricia Manion, Dora Costa. Third Row: Sarah Benkart, Fiorine Silvaggio, Roberta Seuss, Jean Grade, Antoinette Borza, Eileen Wiedenhofer. Fourfh Row: Barbara Fori, Mary A. Housel, Ingrid Ferenchak, Carol Kuzir. - iii was 3 Junior Class - Preparing to Be Tip-Top Leaders Admiring their new class rings are iuniors: Carol Duffy, Mary A. Lorinc, and Eileen Wiedenhofer. 'X X 5 Lett to Right First Row: Carol Gasior, Patricia Vignale, Donna Del Sardo, Carol Duffy, Amelia Gasior, Mary A. Kletz, Regina Vida, Shirley Timpani. Second Row: Judith Tolusciak, Dolores Dietz, Charlotte Miller, Sandra Ruck, Sandra Kasnot, Carol Mull, Barbara Shelleby. Third Row: Dolores Yavorka, Janet McCarroll, Mary J. West, Joan Vrabel, Carolyn Kitzmark, Merrily Jadlowiec. Fourth Row: Dolores Domasco, Mary A. Lorinc, Joann Hajduk, Evelyn KnClPP, Mary A. Waters. ,. . :SHE Klflfaffgs in I I saufy .fcge fha dlfaggf Marsha Garbo, Phyllis Col- aizzi, and Catherine Fratta dise C play their artistic talents in decorating the car for Senior Class Day. I 1 -Q ',,.,f ,,1ff l ,l,Cllf'1 V ' , , ,W , , 5 . , if- ' ' ' ixv, K V ' .I bww: if 1 , , , ,Q l if 1 ' I . , of ' ' - 1? Ruth Ann Waters presents the key to the iunior class president, , ', ,.'f - N Merrily Jadlowiec as a part of the Senior Class Day ceremonies. ,rg I, W A -,V 'n , . ,Ei I .sf sh , . Nm CATHERINE M. FRATTO 1308 Woodland Avenue MARSHA A. GARBO 2087 Arnold Acres Drive Our Lady of Perpetual Help Sy, Margare, Fatima Club 1, 4, Mission Club 1, 2, 3, History Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Fafima Club 1, 2, 4, Missign Club 1, 2, Treasurer 4, Glee Club Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Library Aide 1, 2, Camera Club 4, Christmas 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 1, 2, Musart Club 2, Spring Operetta Operetta 1, 2, Senior Play, Echoes Reporter 4, Chimes Advertising 1, 2, 4, Ch,-isgmcs Qpefena 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Play 4, Senior S7011 4? Basketbull l"l"a""U'al lf 2' 3- Play, Class Vice President 1, 3, Student Coucil Representative 2- Diocesan Science Honor Society 2, 3, Diocese ' ' Society 4, Echoes News Ed' Liter ' 20 n Mission Hono' :tor 3, Echoes F ' ary Editor 4. I' eature Editor 4, Chimes f Cf Clfoucffsss ffimas and cgfafucy 5 lies ANNETTE F. GERWELL 392 Davis Avenue St. Marlr Fatima Club 1, 4, Mission Club 1, 2, History Club 2, Musort Club 2, Third Order 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4, Sacred Heart Preparatory 2, President 3, President 4, Christmas Operetta 1, 2, 3, Senior Play, Student Council Repre- sentative 3, Echoes Business Manager 4, Chimes Art Editor 4, Basketball Junior Varsity 1, Senior Varsity 2, 3, 4, Saving Stamp Captain 4, Moy Queen 4. I .lo Ann Suchodupski tries her hand at oper- ating a business machine at a demonstration while seven senior girls admire her courage. The startish and its ports is a most interesting study for Nancy Dzugan, Rose A. Potts, Carol Kasper, and Judith Derbish. Y 'Q N ,Tl ffi- c, ' 5,1 of BEVERLY K. GUTSHALL 256 Highland Avenue St. Athanasius Fatima Club 1, 2, 4, History Club 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Speech Club 1, 2, 4: Spring Operetta 1, Christmas Operetta 1, 2, School Play 3, Christmas Play 4, Senior Play, Basketball Captain 3, 4. President 3, Class Secretary 4, Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4, Diocesan Modern Language Honor Society 3, 4, Echoes Sports Editor 3, 4, Chimes Associate Editor 4, Basketball Senior Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4, May Queen Attendant 4. xxk f 5 HPNOIXRMATA ,mi in 'AU' -' Geraldlne Gergench, Mar- lene Muho, and Rose M. Korcek keep up with the current times by reading and reporting on the Pitts- burgh Catholic. Carol Mull and Sarah Benkart find some solutions to their problems in the helpful card catalogue. Latin will help us to un- derstand abbreviations. So points out Carol Flynn while Carol Herstich, Nancy Dzu- gan, Andrea Stocklas, and Charlotte Sprenkle agree. sl 90, 591.4 5 . 4 ,4 XXI, T., Ugg ffaii of 7967 i Officers Charlene Sprenkle A......7,......., .....,,A T reuwrer Annette Katanik ....,.Y .YfYf.4. S OGYONIYY Mary Ann Mawr ,,,,, ...,,.,,,,,,,.. P resident Andrea Stocklas .,.,,,, ,,,A,,,, V ice President i Left to Right First Row: Janet Kirker, Sandra Dudash, Carol Krisfufek, Virginia Rebosky, Constance Mrochek, Louise Bialobolx, Geraldine Gergerich, Patricia Fenchalk, Carol Herstich. Second Row: Carol Kasper, Johanna Broderick, Suzanne Hlister, Rose M. Beard, Nancy Dzugan, Annette Katanik, Mariruth Johns, Mary A. Byrne, Marlene Chirico, Carol Hartung. Third Row: Joanne Kocsis, Mary A. Foley, Joan Kovach, Patricia Foley, Carol Flynn, Judith Derbish, Donna Benec, Carol Bacher. Cgnfereaf in giclucafion ecame JQener iii fx ' .551 Ofiice Practice students, Charlotte Kaintz, Shirley Shaffer, Marcella Moschak, Jeannette Sobek, and Jeannette Kopcho acquire accuracy and skill by operating various office machines, while Catherine Fratto and Christine Katanik learn the correct technique of filing CHARLOTTE M. KAINTZ 161 Harvard Avenue St. Athanasius Fatima Club 1, 2, 4, Mission Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4- History Club 1 Librar Aide 1 2 3 1 1 Y 1 f I Assistant librarian 4, Christmas Operetta 1, 2, Senior Play, Student Council Representative 4, Diocesan Mission Honor Society 3, 4, Echoes News Editor 4. CHRISTINE M. KATANIK 1638 Island Avenue St. Gabriel Fatima Club 1, 4, History Club 2, Secretary 3, library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Operetta 1, Christmas Play 4, Senior Play, Student Council Representative 3, Diocesan History Honor Society 3, Diocesan Business Honor Society 4, Echoes Feature Editor 4, Chimes Advertising Stat? 4, Miss Spring 4. A an mg -yrogremi in jheir gcblcafiona purauifg These P.O.D, students-Joan Nozzarella, Celeste Wokutch, Jeannette Sobek, Char- lotte Kaintz, and Catherine Fratto, anxiously leave for that long awaited trip to the courthouse. - -M' "---Q,-, ae. YZF? 1 QA T... . N BARBARA A. HALLSTEIN 4000 Northminster Street St. Cyril of Alexandria Fatima Club 1, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Library Aide 1, 2, Sacred Heart Preparatory Club 2, Spring Operetta 'l, 2, 4, Christmas Operetta l, 2, 3, Senior Play, Echoes Re- porter 4, Chimes Advertising Staff 4, Basketball Intramural l. MARY J. HAMMEL 208 Sandle Road St. Theresa Fatima Club 4, History Club 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Third Order 2, 3, Spring Operetta 2, 4, Christmas Operetta 2, 3, Christmas Play 4, Senior Play, Class Vice President 4, Diocesan Science Honor Society 3, Repre- sentative 4, Echoes Business Staff 4, Chimes Advertising Staff 4, United Fund Captain 4. '- v -24 jgpicaf lag in me 3400! oggrary ...mmnf l ukUWmMllilnllE 4g xn lxzU11,.-I I Maureen Ward and Genevieve Swetonic work diligenrly to find fhe solufion fo their geometry problems as Sandra Rogcnsky awaits her Ourn at 'he board. Sophomore Class - Climbing With Colors 1 i I. 1 l Lefr fo Righr Firsr Row: Barbara Valenfy, Marlene Muha, Maureen Ward, Rose M. Korcell, Shirley A. Moody, Mary A, Rohal, Judiih Sobek, KaYhleen Sabol, Jean Oldaker. Second Row: Mary Mosur, Irma Melcher, Lorraine Rossi, Sandra Roganslly, Rose A. Porfs, Joanne Placido, Geraldine Paris, Margcref Rahier. Third Row: Genevieve Swefonic, Charlofte Sprenkle, Andrea Stock- las, Joyce Weger, Michele Wesf, Phyllis Pollaro. Gil kgs D294 of ima ....uil"""' INTELLECTUALLY Dlvlne guidance prayer character formation essentials In all their future transactions better Catholics better Cltlzens 'W' WJQWPUQ 'N v QQEWV? 15, S '73.'h'x yin ve? f J X , f X all '- 1 w65PN f3".QAi0Q,:.,32.,.L2'4..e. L ,im .hem Jwicfczffsfzlzoon . . I2 Moments Of Class Hours Are The Keynote Of Success fs 'mv awww Q There is a time and a place for everything. So it is at M.A.A, As there is a time for work, a time for play, there is a time tor the spiritual help ot every girl's soul. Every Friday the students in a body attend Holy Mass and many receive Holy Communion at the convent chapel. Once every year three days are set aside for the annual retreat. The Retreat is opened by Holy Mass and the receiving of Holy Communion by all the girls. Confessions, spiritual reading, and conferences are included in the schedule. At the close of each day, Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament is given and at the close of the last day at the Retreat, the Papal Blessing is given by the Retreat Master. Visits to the Chapel are made frequently by the majority of the student body in the morning before school is in session, during study periods, and at lunch time. l 30 A ls U onozing wzkay on az ay A Q 351-51 X X' ig? 4 U Moy Queen, Annette Gerwell, starts the traditional May Crowning Procession to the Campus Statue of the Blessed Virgin. In her court are crown bearer, Linda Briskip attendants-Beverly Gutshall and Marcella Broniuowskip maid'-of-honor, Celeste Wokutchp girls representing 'h . . . . o virtues of faith, hope, and charity-Marcella Kondas, Mary J. Hammel, and Geraldine Podegracz. if at if Jnfeficfuafg, Through the medium of specialized courses taught by competent instructors, we have had our understanding intellectually sharpened to razor keenness, our minds have been trained to be alert, so that we may keep pace with the ever-increasing tempo of the world into which we are about to embark. We owe it to our teachers, our fellowmen, and ourselves to use this keenness for tomorrow's better world. 31 I' U 5 fjmifas fgaf flfuln, ills mzfs iliac glyow PAULA A. KIERNAN 1524 Pennock Road St. Cyril of Alexandria Madelyn Kirner and Joan Loebig eagerly set up the Indian Pins while Lorna Grey is anxiously waiting to play. Donna Del Sordo and her battery mate Mary Ann Housel work on Judith Tolusciak, while classmates Pa- tricia Vignale, Carol Kuzir, and Dolores Dietz wait for their turn at bot. 31 ff, ...--1 Fatima Club 'l, 4, Mission Club l, 4, Sec- retary 3, Library Aide I, 2, 3, 4, Third Order 2, 3, 4, Speech Club 2, 3, President 4, Spring Operetta 1, Christmas Operetta 1, 2, Senior Play, Student Council Repre- sentative 4, Diocesan Modern Language Honor Society 3, Diocesan Mission Honor Society 3, Echoes News Editor 4, Chimes Advertising Staff 4, Basketball Intramural 2, 3. MARCELLA G. KONDAS 300 Helen Street Holy Ghost Fatima Club 2, 4, Mission Club 'l, 2, Vice President 3, Vice President 4, History Club 1, 2, Glee Club 'l, 2, 3, Sacred Heart Preparatory Club 'l, 2, Treasurer 3, Secre- tary 4, Musart Club 2, Spring Operetta 1, 2, Christmas Operetta 'l, 2, 3, Senior Play, Student Council Representative 4, Diocesan Mission Honor Society 3, 4, Echoes News Editor 4, Chimes Business Manager 4, Pub- licity Queen 4. ., bw.-f-4 j X f , s-. ...............,. ---- gb' , fx 'iii o Q' 4- S-,gr , C Q: X 'zu "1S..,,.WAmNh-sh But Della of may in goodness Spanf 7117,-4 Y T JEANNETTE M. KOPCHO 14 Gillen Street St. Mark Fatima Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mission Club 1, 2, History Club 2, 3, President 4, Third Order 1, 2, 3, President 4, Christmas Operetta 1, 2, Student Council Repre- sentative 4, Diocesan History Honor Society 4, Echoes Business Staff 4, Chimes Advertising Stafl 4, Basketball Scorekeeper 3, Manager 4. r . ,W- ,i he I MARCELLA M. MOSCHAK 2342 Colorado Street St. Gabriel Fatima Club 1, 4, History Club 2, Trea- surer 3, Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4, Christ- mas Operetta 1, 2, Senior Play, Diocesan Latin Honor Society 2, Diocesan History Honor Society 3, Diocesan Business Honor Society Representative 4, Echoes Reporter 2, Echoes Feature Editor 3, 4, Chimes Literary Editor 4, Prom Queen 4. A Q I JOAN K. NOZZARELLA 1045 Hall Street Our Lady of Perpetual Help Fatima Club 1, 2, 4, Mission Club 2, 4 History Club 1, 2, Library Aide 1, Cam era Club Secretary 3, Vice President 4 Christmas Operetta 1, 2, Senior Play Echoes Business Stott 3, Echoes Typist 4 Chimes Advertising Staff 4, Miss Win ter 4. ks Joan Vrabel, Judith Tolusciak, Florine Silvaggio, and Shirley Timpani keep with the motto of the Junior English class which is "A word a day keeps doubts away." What came up in our garden? Ask these iuniars-Carol A. Gasior, Mary A Kletz, Arlene Holloway, Nancy Gazdik Amelia Gasior, and Charlotte Miller. 33 Left fo Right Flrsf Row Vlrglma Enckson Madelyn Klrner Enleen Berdls Mary F Tokar Roberta Salay Helen Busovlclu Veronica Kovach Janxce Ernckson Second Row Janice Hammel Mary A Alello Evelyn Aversa Lorna A Grey JoAnn Kamm sk: Irene Kontrnck Ruth A Brunner Barbara Benkar! Joan Loebug Third Row Arlene Chereck Margaret A Amrhenn Carol A Barefoot Margaret Byrne Anfomefie LaScola Eihel Goodman CTQM of 7962 Offlcers Geraldme Vukovcan Anfolneff Secretary e laScola Treasurer Mary Ann Alollo Proudent Veronica Kovach Vlce Preslclen! ' 1 . . l , I l . 1 'K 7 1 1 1 - I 1 I I ' : I ' I I ' I 1 I I ' I I ' : I ' I ' me N 'U . ' C 1 - , , . ' '4 . V V . K , v o'-'-- .',-..' 34 Left to Right First Row: Mary K. Miller, Mary L. McCartan, Margaret Loibl, Jeannette Macasek, Dorothy A. Salka, Audrey Solin- sky, Mary A. Maracek, Judith A. Ober. Second Row: Gloria Veltri, Judith A. Miller, Diana Ragan, Marguerite McClain, Judith A. Nyman, Judith Kaxing, Sandra A. Zugates, Margaret Podnar, Linda Mitchell. Third Row: Geraldine Vukovcan, Eileen Chesno, Anna M. Pavlik, Eileen Marcink, Rita Uhler. Freshman Class - Fascinating as Spilled Mercury Music Appreciation students Eileen Mar- cink, Barbara Benlrart, Irene Kontrick and Dorothy Salka, derive much enioyment from listening to classical music and records. 35 omedfic lzfafionahila - ome conomica .3 6 , ..f' "Oops I dropped a cup" exclaims Kathleen Walsh as she, Isabel Aiello, Mary J. Hammel, and Darlene Uhler busily replace the dishes after preparing an excellent meal. ,4 ? vi "RH I2 ,J i 'il 114 ni if ' tx ' '- ff. ef? 5,5 Q :Q ., 2' GERALDINE A. PODEGRACZ 1119 Hall Street St. Leo .1 Fatima Club 'l, 45 Mission Club 2, 45 History l, 25 7 Library Aide 1 Camera Club Treasurer 3 Secre tary 45 Christmas Operetto l, 25 Seniolr Play5 Echoes Typist 45 Chimes Advertising Stott 4. SHIRLEY A. SHAFFER 398 McCoy Road Si. Mark Fatima Club l, 2, 3, 45 Mission Club 'l, 2, President 3, President 45 History Club 25 Christmas Operetta 1, 25 Senior PIay5 Student Council Representative 3, 45 Diocesan Business Honor Society 45 Diocesan Mission Honor Society 3, 45 Echoes News Reporter lp Echoes Feature Reporter 45 Chimes Advertising Staff 45 Basketball Junior Varsity 'l, Senior Var- sity 2. EJ2 LO '15, X yi f ffifd 1" f -x I is , .,- pk .2-mb... Qs QW? ",,.i'r1v V' 'Y l ash on Pr men d jailum .Slow Right out of Simplicity stepped the M.A.A. lassies of the Home Economics Department, when they modeled their own creations at the Annual Fashion Show, in Spring. Top Qleft to rightl: This full ballerina dress, modeled by Phyllis Colaizzi, is just the thing for an afternoon stroll. We don't have to describe our "Little Charmer's" iumper, for one glance tells us how proud Mary J. Waters is to model it. "You certainly cannot afford to be anything but lovely on that special afternoon," says Patricia Manion who has chosen heavenly blue for her dress. Taking the stage also is our tiny tot, Lorraine Jacko, modeling her pretty red iumper. The two commentators-Nancy Gazdik and Mary A. Kletz are posed with them. Going Traveling? You'll love this crisp hand-washable classic that Celeste Wokutch models, and the girlish suit sported by Florine Silvagglo. Let's take a look at Sarah Benkart in her charming cotton, ideal for afternoon. Bottom Cleft to righttz Keeping up-to-date, and still youthful is Judith Tolusciolr, Patricia Vignale in their attractive cottons, and Dora Costa in her perfect iumper of light red corduroy. Let's take a look at Paula Kiernan, Barbara Hallstein, and Catherine Fratta in their charming cottons, ideal for afternoon wear, Amelia Gasior and Carol Gasior in their youthful looking skirts and blouses show us how to go to town looking smart, but comfortable-smart enough to stop shopping for afternoon tea. 39 54 Olfsazf KVI! oss ova DARLENE M UHLER 64 N Jackson Street Assumptfon Fa Ima Club 1 2 4 Mnsslon Club 'I 2 3 :story Club 'I 2 G e ub 3 4 Llbrary Andel 2 3 4 Thlrd Order 'I 2 3 4 Camera Club Presudent 3 Pres: dent 4 Sprung Operetta I 2 4 Chrlstmas Operetta I 2 3 Sensor Play Student Councrl Representatuve 3 4 Diocesan Sc ence Honor Society 2 3 4 Echoes Photog rapher 4 Chimes Photographer 4 Bas ketball Intramural I 2 Savnngs Stamp Captain 4 Chimes Queen 4 uv sv I vl awed li. The value of a well planned letter prolect IS clearly brought out un thus gatherlng of the students In English III Class Amella Gaslor, Dolores Domasco, Carol Kuzur, Reglna Vlda, Mary A Greer, Monica Holovamsm, Joanne Halduk, and Evelyn Knapp have succeeded m getting maternal of specaal Interest dealung wlth letter wrltmg i If YQ!" KATHLEEN A WALSH 214 Shiloh Avenue Assumptnon Fatima Club l 4 Mlsslon Club l 2 Glee u I Llbrar A e 'I Sprln Operetta l 4 Chrnstmas Operetta l 3 School Play 3 Sensor Play Student Councul Representatnve 4 Diocesan Mathematics Honor Society 3 Echoes Sports Stalt 3 Echoes Co Editor 4 Chimes Advertising Staff 4 Basketball .Iumor Varslty I Senior Varsrty 2 3 4 Muss Summer4 40 Rose Ann Potts first prlze exhlbnt from the Buhl Planetarlum Hlstorama Show ss admured by Margaret Podnar and Joan Loeblg mzocanf yuan SQ- -4 Mrs Rufh Macy lnsfrucfs oflenhve sophomores nn business molhemahcs class clurmg American Educahon Week Lnsfenmg are Gercldme Gergench Joanne Plocldo Morlruih Johns Margaret Rahier Judnh Derbnsh Sandra Sielgerwald Rose M Beard and Jucllfh Sobel! RUTH A WATERS 31 Eos? Roserldge Avenue Assumphon F uma Club 1 4 Mlsslon Club1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 3 4 Llbrary Ando I Sprung Operefro 1 4 Christmas Operetfo 1 3 Chrlsimas Play 4 Senior Play Class Pres: den? 4 Sluclent Council Represeniahve 4 Echoes Sporis Staff 3 Echoes Assocnole Editor 4 Chimes Correspondung Edlfor 4 Baskefball .lunlor Varsliy 1 Semor Vorsrly 2 3 4 Umfed Fund Captaun 4 Sweetheart Queen4 CELESTE M WOKUTCH Our Lady of Perpelual Help 3451 McClure Avenue Fahma Club 1, 4, Mnssaon Club 1, 2, Glee Club 2, 4, Sacred Heart Preparolory Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, Vlce President 4, Sprung Operefro 2, 3, 4, Chnsimas Opereffo 1, 2, 3, School Play 3, Senror Play, Class Vnce Presldent 2, Sludent Council Represenfohve 3, Echoes Assoclafe Ednor 3, 4, Chimes Correspondmg Editor 4, Maud of honor to Moy Queen 4 .dr-4' 'PK f 'nn 1 f"' 1 I l ' ' K ni , ,. K I 5, ' .. . I 'J' 3 1 U Q 1 A . 4 if N 5 . "' , .c+6""' ' . . 1 . . I . I . ' I . , . , . ai' 1 1 ' ' , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 M 1 1 - . 1 ' 1 'y " ' 7 1 . 1 ' ' ' 1 A V 1 I , 1 1 1 ' ' 1 X ' 1, 41 Come rain or come shine Carol Flynn, Sandra Rogansky, Louise Bialobok, and Patricia Foley are always happy ro talk things over on the way home. Upper Grades - Enjoying An Abundant Life Through The Dance Square dancing in gym class is enioyed by Judith Gross, Sandra Cannizarro, Margaret Hilterman, Sharon Harper, Mary Ann Rosenberger Marcelline Kroner, Frances Prince, Leah Schnippert, Carla Klym, Darlene Briski, Constance Gross, Kathleen Sela, Darlene Tucker, Norma Wolfe Carol Walsh, Carolyn Allen, and Jane Rohan. 42 Jean Grade and Charlolfe Miller fry vigorously to balance lhe weighls in physics experiment. Lower Grades - The Christmas Spirit Pervades M. A. A A seclion of rhe grade school sludenls Nina Fazio, Catherine Knezovich, Efhel R. Davis, Cynrhia Michaliszyn, Linda Briski, Carol Michaliszyn, Regina Fulton, Marie Furgiuele, Kalhleen Jenkins, Lavenia Greene, and Cordelia Konclas, paying homage fo the new born Christ Child, who reslx in the arms of Mary, His Molher. His liny hands are exlended in benedictionover them. 43 zz 665 61291 of ima Q52 me CULTURALLY Versahllfy clubs school publlcahons rehearsals honors all part of a preparahon for tomorrow llghf splrlfs In dark periods women for tomorrow A ,,,r -1, 1- f Q nk r OOO Y . vf-'0"eA1 e , XI . vf' ' - N9 wgfffaffgg , we 35 f mr . 'gp wa A r 1 K flfx E X131 ' ' jf x V llV4J V " ',f'N Al fzgl ,ef V X 4'-4 A " '---' ' . X' " .AAA 44,45 I K " 1- ..' XL Qxgglqglllfqqppqqlgggggglll QQKQSIE Simi 2s.fiQ.Q.,15'U?iQfsf3,f1?a'5Lfff+r5Jlrqf,L N cqffaznoon . . . A RGQUISITS To Progress Cleaves A Path For The Youth Of Tomorrow '9 of 'WWW WW V war W I U VK f , , , X x r I i I 6 Q . r7?T'7" 93 wi- - r,2Tr'fA- The Student Council is a group of girls made up ot school president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, ot class presidents and activity representatives from all reporting classes, The promotion of student welfare and outside activities are the aims of this representative body. The Student Council meets under the sponsorship of Sister M. Magdalene, principal, whenever necessary. Each representative brings the problems of her class before this body and here the decisions are made tor or against her particular question. Whenever plans are being made in class tor any outside activity they cannot be carried out before the Student Council has been thoroughly intormed and given its permission. ln this way no one class can have more than its share at outside work. This council merely voices the opinion ot the student body. It is the means of ironing out the problems and difficulties of the classes. Some ot the issues which have been suggested and passes by the body are as follows: dances, living rosary, door decoration, semi-formal, prom, class rattles, basketball, and skating parties, This organization was introduced in M.A.A. five years ago and Since then has been active and has proved itself worthy of its title, Student Council. For in the true sense ot these words it really has been a council tor the students. fl -eg i ' 46 Q55 cgfucfznf Uounai Your Governing Body and Tomorrow's Leaders Nmeteen members of the Student Councll Ruth A Waters Beverly Gutshall Momca Holovamsnn Marcella Brcmszewslu Jean Oldaker Jean nette Sobek Merrlly Jadlowlec Marcella Kondas Second Row Mary Ann Alello Mary Ann Mosur Darlene Uhler Jeannette Kopcho Kathleen Walsh Charlotte Kamtz Elleen Wnedenhofer Carolyn Kltzmark Regma Vlda Paula Knernan take tnme out for a formal plcture Isabel Auello school presudent at the rostrum reads the dutues ofthe Student Councll i' 'A' 'A' c,,4,,,.,,ff, Diamond facet luke educatuon presented nts many sldes an the mches ofthe varnous club actlvltues In them the students dnscovered thelr aptltudes developed thelr talents and apprecaated the cultural values of lute 47 , , 1 L- ,w l l ' 4 x . .1 - 1 1 l .lf ' .1 1 , ' ' , . 2 V , , , . I I I I . I . I ' 1 ' . .- . - . , . . . . . . A I I 5 -Y S-4 illzl 10 ga 7R5 ,y .wg Maureen Burns and Beverly Gutsl-roll keep busy by spending every spare momenf working on the yearbook dummy. Annelle Gerwell adiusfs lhe clock before she begins to enlarge if for the contenvs page. L5 5 A sf i l,...- Isubel Alello Marsha Garbo and Marcello Moschak diligently prepare Celesge Wokuqch and Rugh Ann Wmers fype 001 fhank you the copv and a few culllnes for fhe yearbook leifers fo our generous pafrons 48 ' ,r Annette Gerwell, Marcella Kondas, Shirley Shafier, and Charlotte Kaintz, spend their spare time after school making posters for M.A.A.'s various events. "Time out for some fun!" says Carol Herstitch, Jean Oldaker, Suzanne Hlister, and Maureen Ward. Y 4.2. . 13 , - L 5' .- ff x , Y ""' V ' we , f '1 Jef Judith Miller, Geraldine Vukavcan, Virginia Erickson, Judith Ober, and Eileen Marcink collab- orate in donning the auditorium with a new look for their Halloween Party. l Marcella Kondas, Beverly Gufshall, Shirley Shaiier, and Joan Nozzarella, lend a helping hand in decoraling fha senior classroom for Christmas. Shirley Shaiier and Annetle Gerwell are photo- graphed in from of fheir Chrisimas proiecf, which W won the firsi prize award in lhe Christmas door 1 decorating confesl. Lili The Sufwlffiil clarlmlC'flfChl?UO-l:C ,U , . , , fe- i , 'G Q . 1- ,r .H ' lx, A' ,K , . , 4 Q, ' "' .- my Vv'!:.,V. 1 . i ' Li . I Q w 1 ' 'ii J . I X 1. ca w 'rn' l W in Q. . . X xii f, l s is "This is my choice of the preiiiest senior baby picture" says Carol l ii I Michaliszyn to Regina Fulton, H 51 THE sin" 540 Schoolpaper coedltors Isabel Alello and Kathleen Walsh fortnfied with prevtous edltuons plan layout tor the first Issue of the Echoes Isabel and Kathleen have been members of the staff for three years and take prrde ln the success which the publncatuon has achieved ECHUE5 5,1 XJ yay X fic' eadllne time Geraldine Podegracz buslly types whale Beverly Gutshall and Ruth Ann Waters Echoes as layout with Joan Nozzorella and Celeste Wokutch 52 soclate editors duscuss artlcles and X L e-4 -Z F .I ' hr ' my b -C l 'v 3 ', f, , lf, f . 1 I , . t A GX. 4 . W Q V, j NN. ,N I D ' ' . .. .,,,:a.ix Marcella Kondas and Joann Cosentino check newspaper subscriptions and ash, while Annette Gerwell, business manager, smiles. 1 WX X .r A N. l 4 Newspaper reporters, Dolores Domasco, Monica Holovanisin, Mary A. Mosur, Suzanne Hlister, and Celeste Wokutch gather to receive a few topics for newspaper articles from Paula Kiernan, page 2 editor. THE ECHUE5 STAFF lsabel Aiello and Kathleen Walsh, co-editors, are on the way to the Bellevue Post Oftice with the first issue of the Echoes. 53 gfugfime id junfime Mission Club members, Marsha Garbo, Paula Kiernan, Charlotte Kaintz, and Shirley Shaffer in- spect the canned goods as they pack them for the Little Sisters of the Poor. Jeannette Kopcho, presi- dent of the History Club, reads a newsletter to the other three officers, Florine Silvaggio, Jeannette Sobek, and Regina Vida. PDCYURI CMAR1 C' ,,,.-.af 4 Merrily Jadlowiec examines the speeches prepared by the Speech Club members Maureen Ward Charlotte Sprenkle, Sandra Rogansky, and Donna Lynch, as Paula Kiernan, president awaits her approval E M., Maureen Ward, Dolores Domasco, Annette Katanik, Dolores Yavorlxa, Jeannette Sobek, Jeannette Kopcho, Charlotte Miller, Mar- cella Moschak, Shirley Shaffer, Carol Kuzir, Christine Katanik, Darlene Uhler, and Carolyn Kitzmark are some M.A.A. members of the various Diocesan Honor Societies: Classical, History, Science, Business, and Mission. efiferclay, joclay ana! jomorrow e .gif flee pace or ofgaclerfilzila Y The Sacred Heart Prep members listen attentively as president, Annette Gerwill, reviews the rules for membership. 55 llllllllel' 5 ??Y.Uv5.TS.113.:ri . 5.5 31 1 :HOB 515 If . FUl'Ii MILIQ INN xzlikif' if- Nw - V "'I'Iii'I-Q'1'fsXl-QS" 'Bam "mf 17' Kaihleen Walsh Miss Summer 'rl-M L' NI m1"H" I' Y' I'x!'1+iixj'. Iwo. nl rr LU. Nfx 5:3511 P11' m wx.: .U L ' J pring A ldv 1'-J-YP Christine Kotanik Miss Spring Isabel Aiello Miss Autumn 5 5 .fdufumn 5. 1 w I'- x , X154-qi V Q g 'D' .- ' 9 A f . , ",. 4 f R M . Lf" i z."" Y'-ig 2,-1 N ' ' We X .v ' x ,, M' tm In, , 4 lg -1- rv ' if " -1 ,,r,". L 1 ff, .JM-A . . f ' ..,. . Z ,ig X X hx ' VI your llbafe Ar Me now!faAe Sgmi- orma on December 26, 1958, in the Four Mile Inn the True Tone Orchesfra, can always be associated with personaliiies that will linger in your memory. 'X . a . KX fr N , 4 - 1 X . ,-'n'9!'l Hr, ' dv, 3-P' 'lflknfef -J fs , QV :XX "HN Q91 ' X fi "NST NX - '.Q'f ' '- 1' f . V ,W ., rig, ,, D :LQ Azfxsv 2 'gifs' lflvf Joan Nozzarella Miss Winter Us 'y'-,AQT - , , 'b 1' " ': sfo.: 5 I ,"' 'E - -u 1 'X 6 'xnxx 4 X ueend 3 959 A , ei. i aff-qs, ' uf 1 Annette Gerwell May Queen Annette Gerwell, May Queen Linda Briski, Crown Bearer I n I PM Ai? P 3 5' 51 , - 1 1. 4 ,X I f I H I N ' XV fi Q 5 y 2 K Marcella Moschak L ju Prom Queen ,WF 3 Darlene Uhler Chimes Queen 58 Marcella Moschuk, Prom Queen Merrily Jczdlowiec, Attendant ,, ' . 5 3' ia' .0 I WJ- A. dir A Q Q A V QKFWM 'F' t A . Marcella Kondus V Tb . I Publicity Queen x..t la- L 'ive' -fe air' .745 V3 4" .sn 4.aJ-"' 'V Ph yllls Colarzzl S , nowtlake Sem: Formal Que en Celeste Wokutch Attendant -. Ruth A Waters, S weetheart Quee n Maureen Burns, Attendant J oAnn Suchodupski Sweet est Sensor Baby J I Q A . , I. I X Q .N t 8 . 3 f ' I ,ara . ye ,lf A Q I" J .X i X v. ab- 1 W 'gn 1 . QF' I AA- r- - ' ':f"2L'ff. ::'X'?: aafJ4'4 Ak jr ' K' 1 a-.'7""i- ,S is 3' -3 ,: ,'.'f9p X . X 4 I AK 41 ,h H, X t . , My ,b s D, ,. - . K M- 1 X ri.. I A I U : . . . , T .el 4 , T: w. , , , Q ,Q . , nk , 7 . X X. l 125.1 Phyllls Colalzz I Snowflake Queen f9 Rut Sweetheart Quee h A Waters wvnviggmi QQ w 1 E .4 Y' 4 ggi f wr x I 59 . .Jq .W fa. I2 ig.-3 ings of 312145 PHYSICALLY Sound body physical educahon compehhve sports games for all sportsmanship seml formal prom ' 0 - .n ,S-W xv! JV' 0 0 o ' . --K - K A 1: ' I YT A 7 X f4x ff , ER iBa! s , p ? jOra 'L 4,-X .. is--'V ' ' ff f ,'f"5N 5' N K X 'f ,,'f, ,fx lQ1 .s, ,J X ,KJ N , A, JK4. .X ,LN 4.-,.4u. ' A V ...r xi' 'f sign 4... 4. ..- X2 - A A 1 4 - A Qqgqnggllllqqpggglqllll af QiQOk s 1-iofwmiblv. 155251 UEIZUZ . . . I2 XX xv' S 05... f afellle Farewell' that word has broken hearfs And blinded eyes wlfh fears Farewell' one slays and one deparfs Befween fhem roll ihe years M A Bromszewsk' wood bye' fhaf word makes faces pale And fills fhe soul with fears Good bye' Two worcls fhal wing a wall Whrch fluffers down the years B K GU'5"'G" Adleu' such rs fhe worcl for us Tis more fhan word hs prayer They do nof par! who do parf fhus For God IS everywhere A Burns 'ihf' , s W " 7' ' 'UA 'VK I AKQZMQQQAQQ Eid Vw. L 3 . -24 0 f Z ' -M.. f- '17 fx K3 a w- r 1 J L? X As we sfand on fhe fhreshold of graduafion, we realize lhaf we sh all have lo baffle with the fensions of life and greaf crises of the soul. By keeping fhe beacon-light of faifh in view shall reach success. We possess fhe personaliiy for leadership-full moral, infellecfual, cillural, and physical preparedness. We are ready for eflecfing a beifer world. 62 .fooging cqfieacf Hold High the Torch of Learning and the Clear Light of Truth 59s Graduates leave the chapel after services It is symbolic of their entrance nto the future life ahead of them prepared as they are with God s help and guidance tit fvmy fitness of its sublects That culturally and religiously prepared mtellects might the longer endure that the tasks of the future might not prove too burdensome ample facilities were provided to prepare the students of tomorrow for taking their place wisely and sanely They were taught to maintain an even balance between duty and recreation 63 A . A cultural and progressive nation is not dependent on the three R's only, but equally on the physical Q ala kill WA 1 E X i 1, aiaaaalili-f fg... -M gg IQ 1 M st Br M il . r ' U ' ' 11 X1 L31 tl I M ' u !-:r9lH-lI'5'!r"w1" wilt' ' ' Pg 76' 'wx v The Finale-"Silent Night." The closing scene centered around the Nativity pictured above. Marie Furgiuele took the part of our Blessed Mother and Catherine Knevovich that of St. Joseph. Depicting the angels, Carol Michaliszyn, Regina Fulton, Linda Brislcig Magi, Edith R. Davis, lavenia Gre ne, Cordilia Kondasg shepherds, Nina Fazio, Cynthia Michaliszyn, Kathleen Jenkins. udic, ong, jaggfau, ounzl jwfiuif Wofe fl guifafv icem Everyone at Mount Assisi appre- ciates the capable work of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Domanik, who are re- sponsible for keeping the school property heated and the campus always "trim." l I The M.A.A. Guild, composed of the parents of the students, has been formed for both social and business reasons. The mothers and fathers are to be links in a chain which will bind them more closely together and enable them to act concertedly concerning the needs of the Academy. The ultimate goal, then, of the Mothers' Guild is to further the advancement of the students. We students hope our parents will always be as proud of Mount Assisi Academy as we are, The initial officers of the organization are: Mrs. Dorothy Miller, president, Mrs. Mary Furguiele, vice president, Mrs. Marie Gazdik, treasurer, and Mrs. Catherine Burns, secretary. Heel! 301' .24 ,IAAHL .fd paindow-Coforecl L l Annette Gerwell and Joseph Uhler "eye" cam- era. Mr. Herman A. Colaizzi, father of Snowflake Semi-Formal queen, crowns Phyllis at ceremonies preceding the grand march. .70c!ag, graduafion Q ag, me jak of Our Queaf i5 rougllf .70 .14 Cfoae X .ti Q 1 The processional of 26 white capped-and-gowned seniors was the beginning of the 28th annual commencement exercises at 8:00 p.m. in M.A.A. Auditorium, an May 31. Included in the graduating class were students from 1'I parishes of the Pittsburgh area. They had been enrolled in the schoal's three courses-academic, commercial, and general. Marcella A. Broniszewski, with a general average of 93.88, and Marcella M. Maschak, 92.98, two highest graduates were valedictorian and salutatorian respectively. Rev. Clarence Tschippert, O.F.M. Cap., chaplain of M.A.A. presented the diplomas, Mary Alice Greer and Audrey Berdis,.under the direction of Sister M. Therese, played the processional and recessional, and several selected numbers. More than five hundred parents and friends were present for the occasion. Merrily Jadlowiec, iunior class president and Ronald Kotwica also attended the Snowflake Semi- Formal. OL, 340.10 emoriw . . Among the handsome couples who attended' the Snowflake Semi-Formal at The Four Mile Inn were Eileen Wieden- hofer and Charles Popelka. 67 .3 8 J 7 up K, 'v K AEK! Jeannette Sobek v Timekeeper 4. Q9 9- 'E E 4 5 4 1 ll 0 Coach 1 1 15' ' 1 f- ' Wm, . 2: , V. .1115 J , . P . . l nga , g. - . . giffekf' ,- .99 fr 1. N Q . A 3 , Y. '-SN ' Nga' me f EV 2 5' . W: 'N Z I B Il ' D R'-1. iii! ,1 T is L, . , K 1 Zin ,rf 1 , Qi f 92' Nw .pw Q MUN! mx V I Captains Beverly K. Gutshall Ruth A. Waters userry I M1 ,X ' fl X ' "' C 3 K . aaa M-. A I P -.'V I . ' ,R 7 f X . at . -s w. Ivan" W L, s ,N .fx -99 P' 'f X" Q txotox fl x g-kbwkwgf ig, L D it 2 ag Q , 1 -ff' .f ,Q ,rj , rx at - M 53' 4 a :N 1 + . :gas Q Jeannette Kopcho - 'I x' ,N 3 Manager X 9. 1 af 'L l - gy nAndy,, V? 69 43- fiaw ef' 15 Maureen Burns "Berry" 4 uaiia, 'mx ' fe A Q R. we , gm Isabel Aiello Budn -4? -fc eq' Jeanette Sobek "Margaret" 70 Father Know es 1 is 'F ii ' fxv. R Sparkling conversation between Shirley Shatter and Jeannette Sobek as Jim Anderson and Margaret Anderson, is enioyed by Phyllis Colaizzi and Annette Gerwell as Kathy and Patty, but Isabel Aiello, Bud, seems to find it quite boring. -i f. .r il-"r 3-1- wwf. 'l I X I In keeping with Father's expressed desire that they all remain ot home, Mrs, Anderson, Jeannette Sobek, decided that the Garden Club members could hold o meeting in the Anderson home. The entire cast-Isabel Aiello, Phyllis Colaizzi, Annette Gerwell, Shirley Shatter, Jeannette Sobek, Jeannette Kopcho, Ruth A. Waters, Mary J. Hammel, Maureen Burns, Marcella Moschak, Marsha Garbo, Beverly Gutshall, Marcella Broniszewslxi, Marcella Kondas, Christine Katanik, and Darlene Uhler. Questionable expressions spread over the faces of Mary J. Hammel, Isabel Aiello, Shirley Shatter, as Mr. Brinkworth, Bud, Mr. Anderson, as the accusing finger of Jeannette Kopcho, Officer Johnson, points to Maureen Burns, as Betty. 1 7 i li 'i 4. 4 Jim Anderson Margaret Anderson .. Betty .. Kathy Bud .. , Janie .. Ramona ,,,,,, Patty ,,,,,,,, . Repair Man . Ralph A,,,,,,,,,,... Mr. Brinkworth Officer Johnson .. ... .. Bud's Friend . ,,,, .,,. . Mrs. Wembley ,,,,,, Mrs. Jones ,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,, Mrs. Woolsey .. Perkins ,,.,. Petunia ........ Cast of Characters Father .. ...........,.... Mather ,,,,,...............,.,, their older daughter .....,. their younger daughter . their son ,.........,,,,.. ......Betty's girl friend .........Betty's girl friend Kathy's best friend ..,..............,,..,,, . .. .....,...Betty's current fellow Ralph's father ....,.............. from Missing Persons . .,,. . from the basketball team of the Garden Club ,. .. from the washing machin .Shirley Shatter Joan Nozzarella Jeannette Sobek Geraldine Podegracz Marcella Broniszewski Maureen Burns . Phyllis Colaizzi JoAnn Suchodupski Isabel Aiello Kathleen Walsh .. Marcella Kondas Paula Kiernan Celeste Wollutch Charlotte Kaintz Annette Gerwell Catherine Fratto Joann Cosentino Ruth A. Waters .Mary J. Hamrnel Jeannette Kopcho Christine Katanik .Beverly Gutshall of the Garden Club ......... .,,..... M arsha Garbo of the Garden Club ...... a police matron ......... colored maid ........... Marcella Moschak Darlene Uhler Barbara Hallstein A 'lu J: Ruth A. Waters .tkalphn P 5 Shirley Shaffer iiJim1f N L ,, . J lniermission provides Time for Chris- Vne Kotcnik, Richard Buchlmcyer, Jo- ann Cosenfino, Donald Curtin, Maureen Burns, and Muriin Spirko fo review the events of the evening. x 11 l 1 X . ,AV X iv jk? .jvlour of CAGPIH Our Senior- unzof mm ' 1 1 .jig ij K i 1 " x Q I Q . K-' i WT' X X-Q ' W r' .. Q, Charlotte Kaintz and Paula Kiernan have the honor of placing themselves and their prom dates under Our Lady's protection. The senior-junior prom, one of the social highlights of the year, brings Geraldine Podegracz and Alex McLellan, Joan Nozzarella and Scott Fitzgerald, Marcella Moschak 7? HJ '-A Y 1 if As-J , , v Among the handsome couples who attended the senior-iunior Stardust Prom at Highland Country Club were Isabel Aiello and Norbert Saxon, Ruth A. Waters and Regis Mannos, Kathleen Walsh and Brion Berie. 7 xy , ff, xl C, fi Br C A ufh? and Frank Karlik, Mary J. Hammel and Robert Mikna, and Celeste Wokutch and Raymond Smith together, for a night of enjoyment. ff v Con nr tulamons Q. 4, Ilad to wou aH on Vour graduatunU Bias thus uwdw be comme-nvement for X ou the bC0'lI1IllI1g that w1ll lead to the success and personal fulfillment you are dreamlng of today Mrs Josephine Alena Mr and Mrs CharIesA Kaernan Mr and Mrs Frank E Bronnszewskn M' and Mrs Ge0'9e C Kon'-'-l0S Mr and Mrs David B Burns M' and M'5 John K0PCl'0 M and Mrs Herman A COlUIZZl Mrs Marcella A McKee Mr and Mrs Josephl Cosenfma M' and Mrs M'Cl'V-'le' M05Cl'1Uk Mr and Mrs John Fra11o M' and MVS -lf-'m95 V NOZZK'-1l'ellG M, Samuel V Garbo Mr and Mrs Louis Podegracz M, and Mrs Alex Gerwell Mr and Mrs Frankj Shaffer Mr and Mrs S1onleyS Gutshall M' Gr1dMrs -l0l"f1J Sobel! M, and Mrs John W Hullsmn Mr and Mrs Joseph G Suchodupskn Mr and Mrs James E Hummel M' and MVS J05ePl1J Uhler Mr and Mrs AIber1J Kamtz Mr Und Mrs Marhn F Walsh Mr and Mrs Stephen Kafamk M' and MVS John F Waters Mr and Mrs Charles H Wokulch Q cf Ellen owe aims 0 0 O Q Ptttsburgh s Ftnest Convalescent Home or Elderly People Beauttful Home Lovely Grounds Dellctous Meals 24 Hour Nursmg Care Our Home Our Creed To serve every amzly as t they were our own To treat every woman as L she were our mother or szster Every man as L he were our father or brother Can we serve you 9 years McDonough Convalescent Home ELSIE MCDONOUGH State Inspected TAYLOR 1540 EVERGREEN AVENUE 13088 Shaler Townshlp Plttsburgh 9 Pa 20 mmutes from down town Pittsburgh Congratulattons and All Good Wishes or GOD S BLESSINGS Our Daughter MAUREEN all to the SENIOR CLASS OF 1959 Mr and Mrs Davul B Burns 75 . , . j f ' 'f ' E a .f Let us add years to your life and life to your . . f 9 to d DI BELLA BUICK INC Best Black 1et 1101 1103 Chartlers Avenue McKees Rock Pennsvlx anla sPa1f1mg 1 3100 STOFFAN MOTORS INC Imperml Chrysler Plwmouth 2801 V1 Llbertw at Ploneer Avenue Dormont Plttsburgh 16 PCHDiy1Y3D1H LOcuQt 3 5300 McDONALD BROS Representmg Jostens Class Jeuelrx Announcements Name Cards 920 Investment Bulldlng Plttqburgh 22 Pa COurt 1 1196 Famlly Bootery STRIDERITE FLORSHEINI 500 Llncoln Avenue Bellevue P1ttQburgh 2 Pennsvlvanla ,lulles Beauty Salon JLLIE ANN NICDOINALD Corner Llncoln and Hanley Lhenue Bellewue Plttsburgh 2 Penniylw an1a POplar 1 3197 LOWE BROTHERS BELLEWLE PAINT a GLASS Paznts For All Purposes G E SHAFFER Prop :J 2 LIHCOIH Avenue Pltt hurgh 2 Penn wlw an1a POp1ar 1 6911 . . , S, 1 . - , . ' I r -- 7 . . 1 ll i . , 0 . ' ' . , . , ,Q .. it 0 . Q I - H - ' . . . ' . -s , 1 - l up Q V7 Q uv ,T ' . . . , . -- . I 's , s"" Af'-' E QOUR M ,. mpkflffgggp me mf TOWN 81 COUNTRY B11 LNOLGH SNIAI L ENOLFH SI-'RN F lOl -XPPRI' LI STE YOI 169 LINLOLN AXFNUE BELLEN Ll: PA POp1ar 61900 Success to thf FRADUATES OF 1939 THE JUNIOR CLASQ ,1 A - One Hour I I A a inizing X the most in Dry Cleaning ' 1 'f T .1 . , TO A' ', , ' . TO Hrs. T-9 . 77 DONATELLI IIXRHISUN RUUFINI a HI um Q Roo ng Hfntzng SIIIIIIQL M alon P1 nnss lx A111 1 ' Jl1rl r Pflpln l 1 6 Strem Studlos 900 Penn Menue Pltt l111r ll 22 Penn xlx '11111 tu lourtf ss 0 Bellevue LOIIIICII 'Vo 1400 Kmghte of folumbus -110 l 1111 0111 xXll lf B llfXll1 P111 llllfgll 2 1 1 K L ,1 .' ,' fl ' 'll 'fl TO. 'X'l'lz111 " l-1375 fi ,,e,',j"1 516 California Avenue 5 f.. . 1011 1-77111 U 1' 49 T l 1 ef .' 1 ,- '-11 1 e 1' 1. ' s 5 . Ja. 78 Congratulations and Best Wishes the Class 0 1959 F rlend WILLARD R KFIL 2901 Nfwlllf' Rflqfl Nfwlllt Illnd Penncwlwama Illllll xx 1 our ullll 11 Xlllbulinfc mxlu s I 1 11 :ml t fill Congratulations Christian Mothers St. Gabriefs Church N.S. Pittsburgh 12, Pennsylvania C ongratulatzons Chrlstlan Mothers Marks Church cKees Rocks Pennsylvanla ovak CIVIC Federation Allegheny County 7637 0lllO Rlwer Boulevard PlllSl"Ill!'gll 12 Pennsylvama St Mlchael Archangel Soclety Branch 2 FC SL NS Plttshurgh 12 Pennsylvanla Clement s Bakery North Hllls Vlllage Sllopplng Center FOre t 4:30 9 f0flgTlltlLlllflOVlS and Best Wlshrs to Annette F Cverwell Hrs Mary lojtecln Wlr and Hr Wllchael Puskar and daughter Denlse inn 'Nlarw Yojtecln and daughter Norma Ann Sr. ' M , ' ' Sl l I l Of ' 9 We Have .Yo Substitute For Quality 2 L S. l ' 1 , 1 . 4 -, I o COUNTRY BELLE COOPERATIVE FARMERS l623 Saw Wllll Run Boulevard Plttqlnurgh 6 Pennwlwanla s D DAN GORDON 81 GORDON Pamtmg and Decorating 820 Rldge Avenue 'NICKC-0 Rock Penn YlVdI'lll FEderal 1 8293 STEVE FABIAN Wall Washzng Painting Pap0rClPar1zng General House Cleaning ,lanltorlal Seruce 3833 Merle Strf-ot FEdera1 1 1094 Congratulatwns to THE SENIORS Holy Name Soclety St Mark Q Church McKee Rock Penn wls amd Congratulatzons to THE SENIOR? Edward Daugherty FL NERAL HOWE 366 Lmcoln 'XYCIHIP Bdlcwue PlllShl1I'gll 2 P.: . , T' Y D I . s S, S' " 'z Pittsburgh -1-, Pa. 7 , . 7 A S S. S' ' " 3 v . r 7 7 ' DI' V LIN FUNFRAL HOMF 602 Sherman Awenue Pm burgh 12 P Angle Fnfth Avenue Hatr Stylists 319 Flfth -M enue Plttnburgh Pm nn wlxanla Wlatous f,IlllC'l8ll's 613 lmmoln Ax enue lllt-llllff-lll 2 Pa BLI I- STAR 'otato fhlp 1 0l'p0l'dll0Il 326 Fat Plke Street Houston Penn wlxama auek s eautv Salon 5u1teQ 503 4 o Q Depoelt Bank Bulldlng Plttehurgh 1' Pa Clrclar 1 1-155 Artcraft nlform Companw 938-10 191111 henue Pxttihurgh 22 Pa Halls u ood Beauts Shop 'Warne 5ll7Pllk0lT 1308 Benton -henue Putt burgh 17 Pa POpl.1r 61994 Pittsburgh Hearmg -hd 1 enter 204 tth Street 4 Across from Stanlev Theatert Pxttghurgh 22 Pa ATIAHIIC 1 1318 Gut S Bc duh Salon 116 Ilmoln -Ksenue Bellevue Pittsburgh 2 P POplar 1 9577 Bellevue 1 ourts l n urmshed Apartments I ,I F vnn 10 Sumner Awe-nut Putt hurgh 2 Pa P0p1ar 1 3 9 . 1 Y V . , . Y A A 1 . 1 5 + 3' . . . 5 , Sv. , v . - 1 , . , ' ' I 1 1 1 A' - A 1 . w ' u P' A '. '. . - 3 , 5 u 7 Sfv 1' . H- ' B v 1 V . - J ll A . ' Y A, , 516 Federal Street - 3-Q - ' . '. . . 1 ' 1 , ' S ' s Q., '. 1 ' . .9 ' ' 11 ' Li ' '. . lj .. 1. h A V - V ,' ?. '. , a. .S 5 .' ' L 1 . TT AMERICAN SLOVAK BOND AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 'I'11f11lWlZ1 Sire Ot Nlrlu 0 Rock Penn wh mu PIDILLITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION S300 Bri hton Roful Putt 1lllI'E1l 12 Pum wlv mu fphone Pllplar 1 L 81 H PLUMBINC AND HEATING 820 Broadwaw WICKQQQ Rock Pcnnsvlvanm SPa1d1ng 1 40.34 C C CLAIR Sum 1139 ,Ivnkln Arc ul: I lit burgh 22 Pc nn vlwanll UlIir'f' -XT1antu' 1 106 R xYE111lllgIOIl 124 8 ,I ,I BALOBECR 'lleats and Groceries 61 NICKIHHCY Aw-nu 'NI Kee Rovk Penn vlwanla FFderal 10924 JOHN CALW ERT LLNIBER COWIP-YYY Plarmmg 'Uzll and Lumber Yard Thomas Street VI Kccs Rocks Penusylvama FEdera1 1-019K FEdera1 1-019 ' ' S S. S' 'L 'a 1 4 4 - K A I 'gg 4 ' S 1 ... ' s' 1 'z V .. Il-11 : A -.411 1 CO. 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" . . -'40 Fronenweth Dalrw 1357 Herman Street Pltleburgh 12 Pa affuto s Grocery 3006 Shadeland Avenue PlfIS1Jl1l'gh 12 Pa Isalw Dann Store :fi 104 BOB PHILIPS 448 Perryevllle Road Plttsburgh 29 Pa WE111ngt011 1 9994 'alka Q Wlarket 1301 Columbue Axenue Pntteburgh 33 Pa Home Dressed Fresh and Smoked Meats Home Made Sausage 1921 Beaxer Avenue Pxttsburgh 1 Pa CEdar 1 2636 kramer S W1'1rket 1100 Grand Avenue Plttsburgh 12 Pa POp1ar 6-8613 Mclxces Rocks Provxslon Phone for your Meat Penn Faqh Market 515 Lmcoln Avenue We Deliver Bellevue Pxtwburgh 2 Pa 105 Ollvla Street McKees Rocks Pa FEdera1 1 2229 Poplar 6 1709 Mldv ay Store Complete Food Market 1101 Beawer Avenue Plttsburgh 1 Pa CEdar 1 1635 Helen Street Food Wlarket 336 Helen Street 'NIcKees Rocks Pa FEdera1 1 1153 A ' . Z 9 'v Q -: :- - Q . , Q Joseph M. Zupsic - Q . . A I . . ,A . 1 1 9 l ' 1 ., . . 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' S '. . 1 , 1 2 - 1 f 1 ' CONGR ATLLATIONQ an BEST WISHES T mernor Dawul I Iawrxnu COVNGRATLLATIONS and BEST WISHBS to our Cousm QHIRLEY I0 in 1 CONT RATL L-XTIONN am BENT WIQHFN lzllllllk Famllx CO'NGRAfl LATIONS an All IOOD WISIILN to nn Granddaughur MARCELL-X Nh' john Llvlsln LONGRATI L4TIONs an BLST WISHPN to our NICPP N r xml Nlr uh I umm1ng.h lm FONGRATLLATIONS an AII GOOD ITINHPN to ms Franddaughlcr Nlr md Nlr john NN alvr- N1 FONfR1flI 4TIONS flll BE.5T If ISHE5 M -XRCX Xunt Helen and Nlalmc- f'ONGR4Y I LATIONS THh SFNIORN and our Granddaughter NIARCELL-N 'Nlr and Nlr john Sokol CONGRATULATIONS an BI'9T If IQHES to nn 'Nneme QHIRLEY Nlr John I' luf r f'O'NGRATLLATIO N S to mv randdaughter CH XRLOTTI' Nlrs li kalllll 88 .Y A Y , , yn, A ' V A1 d I . 0 ' ' Y. 1 v L U ,Im-. , z . B'Il 1 d d d MARY JANE RUTH ANN Al .z . S. R' f ard A -1 - 5- d to ro . f , 1 . A 5. d jk u V 'N G BEST WISHES to the GRADUATING CI XSQ qt AIIFIISIIIIP Wonaiterw 220 31th Qtreet Pittsburgh 1 Pa ALI FOOD WISHES o FUD N BI hbSI'NGb Rev Joseph Hmelwar P U Box 99 Craceton Ienn QIWAHIH Bl' ST WVISHI' Q to the X I I Franelsf- Ill P ltheri Sewen Uolor Shrine XHIPHFHIQO Indlana fongrntulatmnf THE, SPINIORN Rew B N Smoehko 221 Helen Street Uclxee Rockf Pa 4LL GOOD WISHES 0 GOD Q BI FQQINGQ Rev Jos P Straka Q Put! burgh 12 Pa ongratulatzons THF SLINIORS Rev Nc phvn H Wleko 913 Iullon Street Lrxe Penn wlxdnla ALI GOOD WISHFQ or GOD Q BLEQNINI Q Res J Fdw Ifztoem 526 Mun on Menuc McKees Rock: Gongralulatzons THE QFNIORS Res ,I D fampbell 7310 linner Xunue Q Pm burgh 12 Pa ALL GOOD W IQHEQ r GOD S BLFSSINGR Rev George -K june 2409 California Menu: N S P1ttaburgh12 Pa Congrutulatzon Q THE QENIORS Re! J P Sedlak 1006 Fallovfuld Avenue Chdrlf r01 Penn wlxama 1 .Y Y Y f f I A . I A Jf n V i Y 1 .ni J wx' . kr . A If . ' S 11 S, ,, ' , . 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CONGRATDLATION 9 all BEST W ISHES to our Cou ln MARC ELLA 'VII' and Mrs -Kndrc vs Stocklai Slovak Savings Loan AGSOCIBIIOH 2325 Callfornla Xwenue Pmgbufgh 12 Pa ALlCgl18IlV 19023 CONGRATI IATIONS lo rhf SENIOR CLA'-Q of 1959 'Vlrs ,I W kmgsford Orlon l l mkerton 1014 Callfomla Au-:num salon Pxttsburglx 2 Pa MARCEI LA Wllellael Boho lxed Dlitrlbutlng fo BEER SOFT DRINKS 2306 Colorado Street Plttsburgh 12 P Clfdar 1 0a83 F J Santora, Nl D 1103 Federal Street Pm burgh 12 Pa FAlrfaK 1-1032 Nlalcolm Huber FRFSH and SMOKED MEATS Stand 7 K 8 Alleghenv 'Vlarket N S Plttiburgh FA1rfax 16561 John Sexton 8 Io P 0 Boxj S Chlcago 90 Illmols West Park 'Vlonumental Works Mark Every Crane General Cemeterv Work FRANK LOUSHIL 8 SUN 202 Smger Avenue MeKees R0ckQ Pa Fllderal 10526 d A - 8 Q Y 7 1 , 1.1 ' 7' 1 0 f ln A ' , ' Q . . Co.vGRATL'1,AT10xs ' 1 ' ' A - to . . . 1 - 1 7 1 . ' , a. HIST WISHES THE. 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